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NANY 2009 Release: Trout (audio player)

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skwire:
would you please change that behaviour, because the user could also CANCEL the file/folder opening window.-Lesmo16 (June 06, 2010, 07:52 AM)
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Good point.  Fixed.  Thanks.

Website | Installer | Portable
v1.0.4 build 68 - 2010-06-06
    ! Cancelling out of the new 'Clear list and add file(s)' & 'Clear list and add folder' actions doesn't clear the list.  (Thanks, Lesmo16)

Bziur:




Bug with reading tags? It happens quite often.

I'm using lastest build on win xp 32.

skwire:
This is almost certainly an ID3v2.4 issue.  Gah, I hate the ID3v2.x standard.  What a pain in the @$$ to deal with.  Let me see what I can do.

skwire:
Website | Installer | Portable
v1.0.4 build 70 - 2010-06-19
    ! Worked around a tag reading issue involving ID3v2.4 tags. (Thanks, Bziur)

Bziur, let me know if that build fixes your issue.  Thanks.

Bziur:
Wow, that was fast. But
Sorry, no it doesn't. But now I think the problem doesn't involve tagging.. It seems to have problem not only displaying tags, but also playing music with kana/kanji (Japanese alphabet). So maybe it's unicode problem. I didn't check if the player supports unicode. ^^'

//Edit:
Just as suspected. After translating all the tags to Romaji and replacing kana/kanji with the result and changing filenames it works swiftly and without any problem. All the tags load correctly etc.
//Edit2:
Problem with playing and interpreting tags seems to occur only when the filename contains kana/kanji characters. If the file name and directory name is in romaji it seems to play it without any problems. Also tags are in their places. Japanese characters are replaced with question marks.

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